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General Renewal Information
2012 Renewal for 2013-2014 Licensure Period

  • Licenses for the 2011-2012 practice biennium for audiologists, speech-language pathologists, dually licensed practitioners, audiology aides, and speech-language pathology aides expired on December 31, 2012. Individuals who wish to renew their license must submit a late renewal application, which may be downloaded by clicking on the appropriate link below:

  • Renewal Applications
  • In order to receive important notices and information in a timely manner, licensees should update any changes to their contact information within thirty days. The Board also recommends that licensees provide an e-mail address in order to receive the quarterly e-newsletter. Please visit this link to update your contact information and e-mail address.

Continuing Education Requirements

  • All licensees are required to earn twenty clock hours of continuing education within the two-year licensure period. Ten continuing education hours shall be acquired in the area of licensure. For a speech-language pathology license the ten hours shall be specific to the clinical practice of speech-language pathology; for an audiology license the ten hours shall be specific to the clinical practice of audiology. Ten continuing education hours may be acquired in areas related to speech-language pathology or audiology or both.

  • An individual licensed as both an audiologist and speech-language pathologist shall earn twenty continuing education hours for each license within the two-year licensure. However, appropriate continuing education hours may be used for both licenses. Ten continuing education hours shall be acquired in each area of licensure.

  • A licensee is not required to obtain continuing education for the first renewal following their initial licensure issue date. Please refer to continuing education requirements under Ohio Administrative Code section 4753-4-01 for more information.

  • You are required to save documentation of completed Continuing Education for at least four years after the date of your license renewal. Documentation will be required in the event you are audited.

  • Late Renewals: All late renewal applications will be audited for compliance with continuing education requirements (excluding aides). Submit continuing education documentation showing your completion of the required twenty (20) hours of continuing education. Acceptable documentation must show the sponsor, date of attendance, subject, credit hours, your name and a brief description of the course objective. Please attach your license number on all documents. The best documentation is a copy of ASHA/AAA registry, an unofficial college transcript, or a certificate of completion for a workshop, seminar, class or In-Service. Electronic copies received at the Board e-mail, via PDF format along with course objectives, are preferred and will be reviewed and processed first. Copies may be faxed or mailed to the Board office along with your late renewal application; however, paper copies received via facsimile or mail and/or without course objectives will be processed last. Continuing education should have been completed from January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2012.

    On-Time Renewals: Do not send continuing education documentation to the Board at this time if your renewal application was received on or before 12/31/2012.

Inactive Status of License Restoration

  • Ohio Administrative Code section 4753-3-11 sets forth the continuing education requirements for restoring an inactive license to active status. Additional information about the requirements for inactive status may be obtained by clicking on the following link. Individuals seeking to restore their inactive license to active status must submit a License Restoration application at least six weeks prior to the date they wish to return to practice. The restoration application fee is $120.00. The restoration application may be downloaded from the board's website at ( Note the bulleted information under the Continuing Education Requirement section of the Restoration application regarding additional continuing education, based on the date your inactive licensee was effective.
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